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  • Google offering hackers nearly $3 million to exploit Chrome OS

    Google offering hackers nearly $3 million to exploit Chrome OS
    Not one to take security lightly, Google has announced it will pay hackers a combined total of nearly $3 million to find exploits in its Chrome OS computer software. The Mountain View, Calif.-based tech giant said it will hold a contest called "Pwnium"...
  • #WhenGmailWasDown: Twitter users quickly start cracking Google jokes

    #WhenGmailWasDown: Twitter users quickly start cracking Google jokes
    It may have lasted only a few minutes, but Twitter users rapidly fired off Google-themed jokes Friday morning after Gmail stopped working for many around the globe. Here are the highlights. Hey, I need to fax you something. What’s your number?...
  • How Steve Jobs' Macintosh failed and still changed computing

    How Steve Jobs' Macintosh failed and still changed computing
    This morning much of the tech world is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the original Macintosh computer. It was Jan. 24, 1984, when a young Steve Jobs -- sporting a goofy bow tie -- stepped onto a stage in Cupertino, Calif., and unveiled the...
  • As technology explodes, A Total Disruption is there to record it

    As technology explodes, A Total Disruption is there to record it
    Inside a small TV studio in Los Angeles, Ondi Timoner is absorbed again in the making of documentaries. She's on the phone discussing editing options for one project, then planning for the fundraising event of another. Standing nearby is director...
  • Spanish-language books flourish thanks to e-readers

    Spanish-language books flourish thanks to e-readers
    For decades, finding Spanish-language books in the U.S. was like tilting at windmills. Booksellers stocked few titles in the language of Cervantes, and those they carried came at a hefty premium. A paperback copy of "Don Quijote" in the original Spanish...
  • Leaps of faith and appetites for work attract Tom Hanks

    Leaps of faith and appetites for work attract Tom Hanks
    In 1979, when Tom Hanks was just another struggling New York actor, he withdrew a biography of Walt Disney from the public library and found himself fascinated by the animator's story, in particular his tenaciousness in the face of early professional...
  • Daft Punk strikes a chord with its retro-funky 'Get Lucky'

     Daft Punk strikes a chord with its retro-funky 'Get Lucky'
    Had Steve Jobs commissioned a song, it would have felt like Daft Punk's "Get Lucky." Modern but ageless. Sleek, streamlined, memorable and futuristic. "We're up all night to get some, we're up all night for good fun," Pharrell optimistically declares,...
  • Technology 2013: The loss of privacy is digitized

    Technology 2013: The loss of privacy is digitized
    The setting: a gloomy metropolis in the not-too-distant future. Endless rows of identically clad proles sit before a giant screen, watching Big Brother rant about the virtues of group think. "We are one people with one will, one resolve, one cause!" he...
  • With Quora, San Quentin inmates freed from social media lockdown

    With Quora, San Quentin inmates freed from social media lockdown
    SAN FRANCISCO -- How do new inmates cope with the lack of privacy in prison? What advice would an inmate give someone facing a long prison sentence? What are the effects of incarceration on inmates' families? All good questions, none of which had good...
  • 'Hatching Twitter' is a Silicon Valley drama of feuding founders

    'Hatching Twitter' is a Silicon Valley drama of feuding founders
    The first time I saw a man killed in front of me, I tweeted about it. I was a freelancer, covering a street battle in Cairo two years ago, and Twitter was the only means of publication immediately available. I wasn't getting paid, but my duty was to get...
  • Cupertino gives final approval to Apple Campus 2

    Cupertino gives final approval to Apple Campus 2
    The Cupertino City Council gave final approval Tuesday for Apple to build a massive new headquarters in the Santa Clara County town of 58,000. More than 2½ years after the late Steve Jobs first unveiled plans for the ambitious "spaceship" design, the...